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21st Century talent spotting / by Claudio Fernandez-Araoz

By: Fernandez-Araoz, Claudio.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 92 (6), June 2014.Description: 46-54, 56, 12 pages.Subject(s): Human resources management | Organisational effectiveness | Employees | RecruitmentOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Argues that 21st century business is too volatile, and the talent market is too tight, to adhere to the traditional method of solely matching positions with key competencies and experience. Advocates that those responsible for hiring must focus on potential and the ability to adapt to the rapidly changing business environment. Offers tools to assess applicants and existing staff on five key indicators.
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Argues that 21st century business is too volatile, and the talent market is too tight, to adhere to the traditional method of solely matching positions with key competencies and experience. Advocates that those responsible for hiring must focus on potential and the ability to adapt to the rapidly changing business environment. Offers tools to assess applicants and existing staff on five key indicators.

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